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Alder Sheri Carter

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Alder Sheri Carter

Contact Information

Home Address:

3009 Ashford Ln

Council Office

Common Council Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Room 417
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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Alder Carter’s Updates

Tag: Safety

Protect Yourself from Severe Heat! Excessive Heat Warning Issued for Dane County

The National Weather Service has issued a Excessive Heat Warning from 12pm Friday thru 7pm Saturday. Highs today and tomorrow will be in the mid 90s, with heat index values between 100 and 110 degrees. Extremely high or unusually hot temperatures coupled with high humidity can have some … [read more]

City Offices Close and Property Tax Payment

City Offices Remain Closed for a 2nd Day Due to extremely hazardous weather conditions, the City is taking extraordinary measures to ensure the safety of our employees, residents, and guests. All non-essential City services will be shut down and closed to the public on Thursday, January … [read more]

MG&E Power Outage Update

MG&E Transmission explosion this morning has left approximately 13 thousand customers of their customers without power. The area affected was from Park Street and the entire Isthmus. Some customers have been restored but many don't have power. The City of Madison is working to keep our … [read more]

MG&E Power Outage Update as of 5 pm

City Update on Power Outage from Mayor Rhodes-Conway's Press Conference: We are aware that the power outages have plagued MG&E and the City are not over. This report is to serve as a recap of the day at this point. City staff from thirteen departments worked throughout the day in … [read more]

Snow Update and Halloween Kiddos Alert

Street Division Snow Update: Roads in Madison remain slippery in spots and all roadway users are encouraged to be cautious today and on their commute home this evening. The Streets Division will be keeping plow trucks on the roads throughout the day and into the night in response to the … [read more]

As the Snow Falls

Here is the latest: Streets Division dispatched 32 plow trucks to plow and also apply salt where needed to the main thoroughfares. Two additional plow trucks have been deployed to apply sand on residential hills, curves, and intersections. These trucks will remain on their routes for the … [read more]

Curfew tonight for downtown business area starts at 9:30 p.m.

JUST A REMINDER A curfew will be in effect for the downtown business area of Madison tonight, Sunday, May 31, per the Mayor's emergency proclamation. The curfew will start at 9:30 p.m. and last until 5:00.a.m. tomorrow June 1. For more information, see the emergency proclamation. Please … [read more]

Vision Zero Continues Speed Reductions

Park Street Is Next Up Included as part of the Vision Zero initiative roadway improvements, upcoming speed limit reductions are scheduled for several Madison streets identified as having a high level of injury causing crashes. The first one to occur, on South Park Street between Regent Street … [read more]

The Let's Talk Streets Campaign Seeks Input from People with Disabilities

The City of Madison is presently seeking input from people with disabilities, their families and service providers to better understand how our streets (do or don't) serve people with disabilities and how the streets impact the ability to get around. We also hope to use collected stories that … [read more]

Update on the City Response to Storm Damage this Afternoon

Many City of Madison departments have been responding to today's damaging storm including fire, police, traffic engineering, forestry, streets, building inspection, engineering and more. Truax Park Apartments, Community Development Authority (CDA) housing located at 1501 Wright Street, lost a … [read more]

Protect Yourself in Severe Heat!

Heat Advisory Issued for Dane County Residents Advised to Stay Cool, Stay Hydrated, Stay Connected Temperatures are predicted to be dangerously hot with heat indices approaching 105° Tuesday. The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory from 11am Tuesday through 8pm … [read more]

Brush Collection & Storm Clean Up Operations Update

Crews still working. Residents should set brush out for pickup. Process will be slow becasue damage was widespread. The Streets and Urban Forestry Division have been hard at work cleaning up from yesterday’s storm. Below is an update on the clean-up operations and directions for residents … [read more]

MGE Continues to Restore Service

Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) continues to restore service to customers impacted by Monday afternoon's storm. Approximately 950 customers remain without service as of 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 15. MGE has resumed estimated restoration times for our outages impacting more than one customer. … [read more]

MGE Continues to Restore Service Following Two Storms

Following a second storm in Madison Gas and Electric’s (MGE) service territory Wednesday evening, crews continue working to restore power to impacted customers. As of 11:45 a.m., about 380 customers are without service. Crews have been able to make significant progress since restoration … [read more]

Storm Response Operations Update

Crews will be out on Saturday early. Be cautious if using to Olin Avenue drop-off site on June 18, 2022. Clean-up operations from the June 13 storm will continue through the week and onto Saturday. Collection will resume next week following the Juneteenth holiday. Residents planning on … [read more]

Vision Zero Continues Speed Reductions on a Section of John Nolen Drive

Included as part of the 2022 roadway improvements for Vision Zero, new speed limit reductions will occur for several Madison streets identified as having a high level of injury causing crashes. The first reduction of the year was a segment of East Washington Avenue, east of Stoughton Road, which … [read more]

Reminder: Carbon Monoxide Alarms

You can prevent carbon monxide poisoning! The city experienced 2 incidents related to carbon monxide (CO) one today (11/22/22) and the other two days ago. Never ignore a carbon monoxide alarm. CO alarms are our best defense in detecting this deadly colorless, odorless gas. When we breathe in … [read more]

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